Ben Epstein's "In the Vault" nearly got locked in MTV and then Fullscreen's IP vaults. It's now airing on go90.
It's common for projects in Hollywood to get "locked in the vault" after development or option agreements stall. Projects sit for years sometimes waiting for a fresh exec to visit the script graveyard in search of the next "would-be", "could-be", "should-be" title. This was nearly the case for "You Get Me" writer Ben Epstein. Epstein's passion project, ironically named "In the Vault", was first pushed into development as a one-hour treatment at MTV in 2011, then resurfaced by former MTV exec Polly Auritt, then at Fullscreen, as a half-hour straight-to-series order.
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